Replacing worn out and incorrect thickness roof laths
Installing gutters around property
Clay ridge tile fitting
Replace hip tiles along corner in roof
Assessing structural damage from fire
Fit roof finials shaped like gremlins and owls
Locating leaks in flat roofed sections of buildings
Roof repairs for leaking conservatories
Reduce carbon footprint with green roof installation
Prevention of Leaks
It is advisable to repair leaks in your roof to ensure it is water tight and keep rain water out preventing structural damage to rafters, damage to plasterwork in walls and ceilings and discolouration of paint work and wall paper. Whether you have a leaking conservatory that needs resealing or the roof needs replacing or your flat roof is no longer watertight, an experienced roofer can help. Ensuring roof tiles and slates are secure and that any holes are repaired promptly can prevent leaks in your roof occurring.
Additional living accommodation and increased property value are the main benefits of converting loft space to bedrooms, playrooms, home offices or gyms so speak to an experienced roofer about the best options for your home. When head room is not an issue, roof windows and sky lights can give the natural day light and ventilation you require to be comfortable in your attic rooms but if you need more space, dormers can increase head room. Comfortable living temperatures can be enjoyed in summer and winter by making sure the correct thickness of insulation is fitted between rafters under plasterboard and in the floor in order to reduce heat loss.
Building New Roofs
Extending your home or building a new house will require new roofing to be erected, however barn and outbuilding conversions can often require replacement roofs too. Rain water drains off a pitched roof by running down the slope over tiles or slates that are attached to the roof laths with the incline being created by the angle of the rafters inside. Popular for enabling growing on the roof top or providing a roof terrace or sun deck, flat roofs are often cheaper than pitched roofs.